The UKRPA is a trade association open to companies involved in detecting and dealing with meter tampering and illegal abstraction of electricity and gas. In addition to quarterly Forum and Committee meetings; we host further Seminars; Conferences and Workshops which draw delegates from across the energy industry; as well as those external to the industry with an interest in the Revenue Protection and metering space; together to discuss key aspects/issues/potential best ractice/collaboration opportunities. The biennial UKRPA National Revenue Protection Conference provides an exciting and valuable opportunity for our Members (and wider non-Members) to come together and discuss significant issues; changes or topical elements regarding energy theft and the industry. The two-day event includes consideration of the regulatory environment; the work Members carry out; and a wider range of factors and changes taking place that may be of interest or impact their work. The next Conference is taking place on 21st and 22nd April 2021 at Highgate House in Northampton. It and will include a wide range of key speakers addressing exciting topics from mental and physical operative wellbeing and safety; essential industry progress and astonishing cases of energy theft; to maximising reporting quality; considering the consumer and preparing for future industry changes. Confirmed speakers currently include Ofgem; ElectraLink; Mental Health First Aid England; ScottishPower’s Health and Safety Director; the MOCOPA® Chairman and Members British Gas; npower and SSE Electricity. Additional speakers are also being approached. There are opportunities for sponsorship and exhibitor packages
The UKRPA is a trade association open to companies involved in detecting and dealing with meter tampering and illegal abstraction of electricity and gas (generically known as Revenue Protection – RP) and providers of products and services to those companies. The UKRPA:
-Provides a Forum for exchange of information and discussion of matters of common interest related to Revenue Protection (RP) in order to benefit business activities
-Nominates representatives to represent interests on relevant groups discussing the development of the competitive market
-Acts as an interface to other representative organisations with an indirect interest in RP
-Promotes publicity and agreed activities in the collective interests of members, including an occasional national conference and promotes development, where practicable, of a common approach to issues of Training, Operating Procedures, Technical Developments and Liaison with Suppliers and other utility sectors.